THE SERVANT GENERAL
ASSAULTS ON FAITH, FAMILY AND LIFE
March 1, 2017
Most of the Western nations (thankfully no longer including
the USA under Trump) are pro-abortion, pro-LGBT, anti-life,
anti-family, pro-population control. And their particular
focus are the poor, especially the Africans and black Americans,
whom the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, a
eugenicist, wanted to exterminate.
These Western nations, supported by many in the EU and the
UN bureaucracy, still have the same goals. Western aid has
strings attached, and their basic aim is not primarily to
help the poor, but to limit or lessen the populations in Africa,
as well as the rest of the world.
Such arrogance of these Western nations. Truly diabolical.
African women slam global ‘safe abortion’
fund as ‘new colonialism’
February 28, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) A
majority of Africans find abortion morally unacceptable and
yet it is being foisted upon them as part of a “new
colonialism” and a “dictatorship of the wealthy
donor” in a massive Dutch-initiated
global funding effort.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s reinstated the Mexico
City Policy, “many countries in the West, including
Canada and the Netherlands, have decided to come together
to raise funds,” says Obianuju Ekeocha, Nigerian-born
founder of the UK-based Culture of Life Africa.
The Mexico City Policy denies U.S. funding to any organization
that promotes or provides abortions in their international
work, Ekeocha pointed out in a four-minute video released
countries, including Canada, Finland, Luxembourg, Belgium
and Sweden, have signed on to support the Dutch abortion initiative,
according to a DutchNews.com article referenced in the video.
international conference on the global abortion fund, called
She Decides, will be held Thursday in Brussels. Participating
countries and organizations are expected to announce then
how much money they will be donating, DutchNews reported.
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada’s Minister of International
Development, is expected to attend.
“Not funds for food in
Africa, not funds for water in Africa, not funds that the
Africans can use as they want,” Ekeocha
said. Instead, the fund “aims to donate €600 million
worth of abortion services to people in Africa and the developing
world. Has anyone bothered to ask the Africans?”
UK-based abortion giant Marie Stopes International, the International
Planned Parenthood Federation, and the United Nations Fund
for Population Activities (UNFPA) are most affected by the
Mexico City Policy reinstatement, Ekeocha noted.
“What is actually most disheartening is that these Western
countries who are coming together to raise funds for the so-called
safe abortion initiative have not even thought to ask the
Africans what they want or how they feel,” she said.
A 2014 Pew Research global survey showed that “upwards
of 80 percent of people who were questioned in the African
countries found abortion morally unacceptable to them under
any circumstance,” she said.
“There you have it: No to abortion in Africa.”
Ekeocha has heard the same thing firsthand in her travels
throughout the continent.
The video, entitled The Dictatorship of the Wealthy Donor,
includes moving clips of marches in Africa to defend the sanctity
of human life, and of several African
women emphatically stating: “No to abortion!”
governments that donate the “so-called safe abortion
fund” are “ignoring the voices of the millions
of people who are in Africa and who have said already that
they do not accept abortion that they do not want abortion
under any circumstance,” said Ekeocha.
Notably, the video displays an image of Bibeau gazing up at
abortion extremist Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada,
as Ekeocha declares: “This is the new colonialism. This
is cultural imperialism, this is the dictatorship of the wealthy
“Motherhood is a blessing, not a burden. Every child
is a precious gift,” the video notes.
Added Ekeocha: “What we are looking for and asking for
is your support for safe delivery of African babies.”
This was echoed by Sonnie Ekwowusi, a lawyer and founder of
Nigeria’s Lagos-based Project for Human Development
(PHD), who commended Trump for reinstating the Mexico City
“What has funding of abortion got to do with the urgent
needs of the African women or Nigerian women? African and
Nigerian women need food, employment and basic healthcare
for survival, not abortion,” Ekwowusi
told LifeSiteNews in an email.
“In villages after villages in Nigeria, women are looking
for food to eat to stay alive,” he wrote.
So providing “foodstuffs” would be of “immense
benefit” to Nigerians, as would funding means to contain
the spread of diseases such as “malaria, typhoid, polio,
high blood pressure, hypertension” which “have
been killing many Nigerian women,” Ekwowusi noted.
The number of Nigerian women dying of cervical or breast cancer
is increasing in Nigeria, he added. “Why not set up
cancer screening centers across Nigeria? Why budget huge sums
of money for abortion when you cannot provide ordinary drugs
in our public hospitals, especially in our rural health centers
and clinics in Nigeria?”
A doctor from the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital
(UNTH) in Enugu told him “that primary and secondary
healthcare systems are virtually nonexistent in Nigeria,”
Because of the “utter neglect” of community and
basic rural medicine, “uncountable children from Enugu,
Nsukka, Abakaliki and their environs die of preventable diseases
before they are brought to UNTH,” he told LifeSiteNews.
In Africa, “the average citizen suffers from genteel
poverty and illnesses,” Ekwowusi added.
“So, it is an absurdity,
if not downright stupidity, to argue that the solution to
the problems of African women is abortion.”